The Millikin University Big Blue Women’s Volleyball Summer Camp is open to all girls in grade 3 up to grade 12. It will take place at Millikin University’s top-notch facility, Griswold Gym. It will run from the 19th of June until the 20th of June. In addition, this training program focuses on developing and improving volleyball fundamentals. Participants will be able to improve their passing, serving, setting, defense and attacking skills as well as team systems understanding. Furthermore, training instructions will be according to the participant’s age and skill level.
Millikin University is a private, coeducational, comprehensive university in Decatur, Illinois. It is a member of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities. As a whole, the university has an accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission since 1914. It is notable for its high-quality education. As a matter of fact, Millikin University is 11th in Regional Colleges Midwest, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. The university is also 33rd in the Best Value Schools rankings. Currently, the university is nurturing around 2,000 undergraduate students and 200 postgraduate students. The student to faculty ratio is 11:1 with an acceptance rate of 64 percent. Millikin University’s athletics teams are competing in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III. Their nickname is Big Blue with blue and white as their official colors.
Millikin University Big Blue Women’s Volleyball Summer Camp Organizers
Leading the Millikin University Big Blue women’s volleyball team is Head Coach Debbie Kiick. She is the 2016 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Debbie Kiick is also a four-time Macon County Volleyball Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Big Blue women’s volleyball assistant coaches are Lyndsay Kooi, Denna Williams, and Erika Getz. Coach Kooi is the former University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s graduate assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. Additionally, she is a master’s of science in teaching graduate from the Northern Illinois University.